Monthly Archives: April 2009

Journal of Moral Philosophy 6(2) (2009)

JOURNAL OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY: An International Journal of Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy (ISSN 1740-4681) Volume 6, Number 2 (2009) ARTICLES David DeGrazia, ‘Moral Vegetarianism from a Very Broad Basis’, pp. 143-65 Martin Peterson, ‘The Mixed Solution to the Number … Continue reading

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PPPS: Why a Defensive War against Mitigated Aggression can be Proportionate

Hi Everyone, This paper defends the view that a nation is justified in undertaking a defensive war — conceived of in terms of collective personal self-defense — against mitigated aggression. A nation committing mitigated aggression conditionally threatens — rather than … Continue reading

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Conference Final Call: Registration Deadline for “Themes from the Political Philosophy of T. M. Scanlon”, Manchester, 22-23 May 2009

This is just a quick reminder to say that tomorrow (Wednesday 22 April 2009) is the final day for registration for those wishing to attend the conference on “Justice, Rights and Institutions: Themes from the Political Philosophy of T. M. … Continue reading

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Tanner Lectures

An online library of Tanner lectures is up at the University of Utah.

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CFP: 2010 Workshop in Normative Ethics

Tucson: 7-9 January 2010 | CFP: 1 June 2009 Mark Timmons (Arizona) is organising a workshop on normative ethics to be held in Tucson on 7-9 January 2010. Keynote speakers are Thomas Hill (UNC), Peter Railton (Michigan), and Holly Smith … Continue reading

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PPPS: Margin of Appreciation

Hello Everyone:┬áMy name is Wally Siewert. I am currently based in Santa Barbara California. The paper I would like to discuss with you concerns the European Court of Human Rights and its application of the European Convention on Human Rights. … Continue reading

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